As of last week, Stanley Ford and Stanley Chrysler have officially switched locations. "We are proud to have the renovations completed in and to be up and running," said Eric Stanley in an interview with the Dispatch. "The main reason for the move was to be better able to serve our customers and that's our bottom line and focal point of our business - to provide the highest caliber of service possible for our clients," he said. According to Mr. Stanley even though the Chrysler and Ford dealership locations have officially changed places, they will make every effort to be sure it doesn't inconvenience any of their customers. "If you do own a Ford and you need an oil change during your lunch hour and it's hard for you to get over to Kenai, then we'll take care of you in Soldotna. It's just a matter of the Stanley family of auto dealerships doing everything we can to take care of our friends and customers," he added.
Eric says the architecture of the makeover at the Kenai location was designed to bring the dealership up to the 21st century Ford standards. "Ford wants everything as perfect as possible and the new facility is beautiful and reminds me of a fancy sports car with all its curves and body lines," explained Eric.
On Thursday, January 13th from 4:30pm - 6:30pm the Alaskan-owned Stanley Ford will host a Kenai Chamber of Commerce Afterhours event at their new Ford headquarters in Kenai. "We're excited about the Afterhours event with the Chamber, and would like to see everyone who can make it stop by for a tour of the new facility and share some great food and beverages with us and our staff. We've brought in some very talented new people that we'd like you to meet; a couple new managers who are knowledgeable at helping you find the vehicle that will meet your needs at the price you can afford. They are excellent at customer satisfaction and we invite everyone to stop by to meet our folks at the Afterhours or if you can't make it then stop in anytime," said Eric.
According to Eric, 2010 was the best year ever for Stanley Ford. "We're excited about that, and proud that 2010 was our best year we've ever had. Because if we can do that well while so many are saying doom and gloom, then when the economy returns we can expect even greater things. It also shows how aggressive we are in giving the most for trade-ins, and pricing our vehicles as low as possible to make it happen. And in 2011 we'll be working even harder toward that end so it'll be a great year for the consumer to look at buying the vehicle they need from Stanley Ford." he concluded.
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